(Aline Godfroid, Principal investigator) “Conducting eye-tracking research in second language acquisition: A methodological guide.” Awarded $3,434.00 by the Humanities and Arts Research Program—Production at Michigan State University.


(Aline Godfroid, Principal investigator) “Measuring ESL learners’ language profiles: An individual differences approach.” Awarded $1,820.00 from the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA) Fellowship at Michigan State University.

(Aline Godfroid, Principal Investigator & Paula Winke, Co-principal Investigator) “One tool, many applications: Robust eye-tracking research across SLA disciplines” at the 2018 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, $9,998.00 from Language Learning Roundtable Grant


(Paula Winke, Principal Investigator & Laura Ballard, Co-principal Investigator) “The Effects of Primacy on Rater Cognition: An Eye-tracking Study,” $2,000, from The International Research Foundation (TIRF) and, with Cambridge English Assessments, $2,000 from Language Learning.


(Paula Winke, Principal Investigator & Laura Ballard and Shinhye Lee, Co-principal Investigators) “How Young Children Respond to Online Reading and Speaking Test Tasks: The Computerization of TOEFL Primary Reading and Speaking Tasks.” $5,000 from Educational Testing Service for the students’ QRP2 research projects.

(Paula Winke, Co-principal grant writer with SLS graduate students Shinhye Lee, Irene Ahn, Ina Choi, Yaqiong Cui, and Hyung-Jo Yoon) “The reading section of the Young Learners Test of English (YLTE)” $1,600 from Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments, Spaan Grant.